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The News Minute| September 2, 2014| 3.00 pm IST The Kerala Administrative Tribunal has asked the state government to review its decision to transfer Urmila Devi, the Principal of Cotton Girls school Thiruvananthapuram to another school in the state for having 'questioned a Minister'. Cotton Hill High School is the largest government school in the country.  Read: Facebook users remind Kerala minister that he is not a feudal lord The Principal was transferred in June this year. During the assembly session in June, the Education Minister Abdu Rabb was asked by a legislator why the principal was transferred to another school without any reason. The Minister answered that it was because she treated him with “arrogance”. Abdu Rabb’s further added that the principal treated him with “too much self-importance and arrogance”. He further added that according to him a model institution should not be headed by such a person and hence he decided to take action. The opposition and sources in the school had maintained that the minister had reached late for an event, which had made the principal upset.

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